Panorama Point is the highest natural point in Nebraska, at an elevation of 5,429 feet above sea level. It is located in southwestern Kimball County, near the point where Nebraska and Wyoming meet on Colorado's northern boundary.
|Starb and I chilling around the high point marker.|
|Panorama Point - Elevation: 5424 feet|
|Enjoying the view|
|Some of the local flora around the high point|
After taking in the view for a bit, we headed further north, with our next destination being Scotts Bluff National Monument.
From the NPS website:
After hanging out for a bit, and getting our National Park passport stamp, we continued up into North Dakota and into the Black Hills to Mount Rushmore.
After getting yet another NPS stamp, we headed out to the Horse Thief Campground to set up camp, chill and get ready for our hike in the morning.
In the morning, we headed out to the Harney Peak trailhead, located in the heart of the Black Hills.